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This is a bit of a strange one. I've been using a Dualshock (DS4), aka a PlayStation 4 controller on my Mac pretty successfully for the passed couple of weeks.

Later I had plugged in my gaming mouse (Logitech g700s) and it automatically installed some basic drivers. Problem is, this completely broke the ability to use a DS4 controller. Unplugging, or restarting has no effect. The DS4 is will not pair via bluetooth and no longer works with just the cord.

So what I'm trying to figure out, is how I can maybe reset or remove those default drivers that got installed when I plugged in my gaming mouse.

I know this sounds weird, but I was able to reproduce the problem on a different Mac running the same version as mine.

Any help, or just advice on where I can look next would be greatly appreciated!

  • the objective here is to remove Logitech drivers ? – Ruskes Nov 2 '14 at 6:07
  • Did you install the Logitech gaming app ? or did you look for it in Terminal using "mdfind -name Logitech" – Ruskes Nov 2 '14 at 6:21
  • @Buscar웃 the objective here is to remove whatever initial setup runs when you plug in a new peripheral. Also for some reason when I plugged this mouse in, it brought up the "Identify this keyboard" prompt. – Uri Nov 2 '14 at 16:01
  • @Buscar웃 also I had installed and and uninstalled the official support for the mouse but that didn't work. – Uri Nov 2 '14 at 16:01
  • try using terminal "mdfind logitech" and delete all you can find – Ruskes Nov 2 '14 at 16:52

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